Steven Sinofsky once observed that three years is “about right” for each release of Windows. He may have been onto something if a new rumor is true: after a strange seven years of indeterminate updating, Microsoft appears to be moving back to the three-year release model again. Sort of.
It used to be so easy. Microsoft would release a major Windows version every three years, support ...
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